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In the age of Social Media, clickbait and TMZ-style “news” has devoured the Journalism industry. Music Journalism is dead. Or is it? One thing is for sure. Music deserves better analysis. Quality journalists and creatives deserve more praise and bigger platforms. Fans deserve to be intrigued and inspired by the content they read. And we all deserve more substance and passion in our lives. Join the CentralSauce Creative Collective as we discuss three pieces of great journalistic content and c ...
 
They were so much older then, they're younger than that now: Mark Pringle and Barney Hoskyns reel in the years and riff on all that's new this week in the world's biggest library of music journalism — definitive interviews with legends of the last 60 years by the pop press' greatest writers ... and much much more. The RBP podcast is produced by Jasper Murison-Bowie and is a proud part of Pantheon — the podcast network for music lovers.
 
Conversations With Matt Dwyer is a music podcast that focuses on the lives and work of legendary, established and emerging indie artists. The interviews are not your typical !&A format but an unfolding organic conversation that shines a light on the lesser explored corners of an artists work, life, triumphs and challenges. Some past guests included Har Mar Superstar, Joh Lurie, Donita Sparks of L7, and Boots Riley. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Building a career in the music business is hard. When Life Hands You Lennons spotlights talent in the music business so they can share their expertise with you. Thus far into my career I’ve been able to build a strong network of connections and knowledge within the music business, including musicians, songwriters, publicists, label owners, business owners, distributors/aggregators, managers, and more.
 
A social justice podcast combining hard-hitting journalism and interviews with hip-hop music and original lyrics from independent artists. Each episode delves into an important issue with an alternative take to widely accepted narratives, arming listeners with knowledge and insight they won't hear from mainstream media outlets.
 
The Tam Factor is a podcast found at the intersection of music appreciation and everyday life. Each week you'll hear a story of navigating through the journey of life components such as, but not limited to entrepreneurship, relationships and caregiving. All background music by: Stretched Out Productions. Visit their website at Bit.ly/stretchedoutproductions
 
Hi, my name is David Hershkovits. As a founder of Paper magazine, I have been a long-time supporter of cultural disruptors from the alternative worlds of skate, hip hop, graffiti and streetwear scenes to cannabis reform, LGBTQ and women's rights. On Light Culture, I'll be knocking heads with some of today's most influential change makers -- rappers, writers, artists, fashion designers, models, advocates and activists, influencers, entrepreneurs who respect "the other." Light Culture is broug ...
 
Aspiring sports broadcaster Kofi Appiah, Host of the "Broadcast Journal," interviews individuals in the sports broadcasting industry from play-by-play announcers, talk show hosts, and reporters about their lives and careers in sports. Opening and closing music is titled "Going Higher" courtesy of Royalty Free Music From Bensound.
 
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Today, the great Dominic Monaghan (Lord of the Rings, Lost, Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan) joins me for a truly epic deep dive into The Beatles White Album. We get into Dom’s Beatles origin story, his conflicted feelings about John Lennon, how the album is an audition for the Beatles respective solo careers, his Beatles tattoos and whether he h…
 
On this episode of ISOS: Miki brings in a technical piece all about Solange's recording engineer Mikaelin "Blue" Bluespruce and the equipment she uses to record. Host Brandon brings a piece on the recent litany of deaths that have happened in Hip-Hop. And Ryan brings in a piece about Academy Award-winning "Sound of Metal". ARTICLES & TIMESTAMPS: Mi…
 
The Civil War, French imperialism, and the blossoming of diverse Latinx communities in the United States. There’s so much more to Cinco de Mayo than you know. News Beat is a Morey Creative Studios / Manny Faces Media production: www.MoreyCreative.com / www.mannyfacesmedia.com Producer/Audio Editor: Michael "Manny Faces" Conforti Editor-In-Chief: Ch…
 
A spiky Charles fumes at the possible threat to the return of live events, Graham introduces the new album by indie stalwarts Teenage Fanclub and Charles bangs the drum for Riz Ahmed's current film, Sound of Metal. As has been reported, Tom Cruise has been filming Mission Impossible 7 locally. Charles and Graham take a look at his enduring appeal. …
 
Over a long career, he's been an L.A. rapper, worked with A$AP Rocky and currently manages the Buffalo-based rap collective Griselda, which includes Westside Gunn and Benny the Butcher. We talk with the founder of Agency 78 and L.A.'s Harun Coffee about making emotional connections, Kendrick, Drake and J. Cole as conscious rappers, hustling weed an…
 
Kiki and Pia talk to two women with important positions in Nuclear Blast. Women in record labels | Metal & High Heels Podcast 89 One of Nuclear Blast's videos for their Women's history month campaign on Instagram Our podcast episode with Charlie Rolfe from AS EVERYTHING UNFOLDS The Just A Girl Podcast episode about gate keeping Our interview with H…
 
Bob Dylan turns 80 years young this month ... so let's get the celebration started with something a little on the bizarre side. This mix gathers a selection of vintage Dylan covers with lyrics translated into Greek, Italian, French, Dutch, Spanish and more. Ranging from the mid-1960s to late 1970s, it's a sweet (if occasionally disorienting) listen…
 
Five songs chosen by four different members that pull from the likes of British rock, American honky-tonk, and obscure instrumental B-sides - all wrapped in the group’s signature warmth. An (unofficial) EP of covers, if you will. Parsley Sound | John Cale | My Bloody Valentine | Roger Miller | Jawbone The post The Lagniappe Sessions :: Real Estate …
 
Kevin Day is an incredible--and quite prolific--songwriter with a new record out now under the moniker Graduation Speech. Kevin is also a publicist. In fact, Kevin is Jeff's publicist! Enjoy this interesting/monumental role-reversal of Jeff interviewing Kevin as they dig deep into writing during the pandemic, the perils and joys of working public r…
 
Another exciting instalment of Sending Signals is here! This week I talk to David Marks about his time in The Beach Boys. David was only about 12 when he joined the band, and grew up across the street from the Wilson brothers. I get David’s take on whether Brian Wilson is being exploited, whether Mike Love gets a bad rap, and the truth about the gu…
 
In this episode we invite Emmy award-winning screenwriter David Quantick to relive his days as a budding pop scribe on the NME – and to share his memories of Paul Weller, Lloyd Cole & the ignominious Morrissey. As someone who's written with Chris Morris, Armando Iannucci and Harrys Hill & Enfield, David is predictably hilarious about '80s pop – as …
 
Jason Balla played around in a number of Chicago bands like the Ne Hi as well as toured as a sound engineer until he devoted his full attention to the critically acclaimed Dehd. Jason joins Dwyer to talk about his high school days playing in shitty Emo bands until hearing Joan of Arc changed his life, interning at the legendary music venue the Empt…
 
Welcome back to Sound Affects Podcast. This episode is split in two parts, exploring the impact of the pandemic on musicians, and the work that Tonic Music for Mental Health are doing to address this. Part 1 is an interview with patron of the charity, Barry Ashworth (Dub Pistols) about his own life, career and previous struggles with drug addiction…
 
Reverb.com's Michael Lux and Dan Orkin are the co-producers of The Pedal Movie, Reverb's first feature-length documentary on the history of pedals, the current pedal movement and the artists who are pushing the boundaries of music with their stompboxes today. It's an inspiring, epic film - around two and a half hours long! - filled with the many, d…
 
In this News Brief, we breakdown the anti-TRIPS waiver corporate and ideological forces behind the seemingly good-hearted #VaxLive concert on May 8th. Namely, the Gates Foundation, Johnson and Johnson and a who's who of global leaders working to prevent the production of cheap generic vaccines for the global south.…
 
In this episode, I play a song by Tim Foljahn; three yard sales in four weeks is too many; I started listening to the Erasable and Cortex podcasts; I am now all in on Obsidian; I agree that GTD is good and yet I can never make it work for me; am I using the systems to avoid doing the work?; posting your beautiful bullet journal photos makes me less…
 
Fresh off releasing the greatest album of 2021, Middle Kids frontwoman Hannah Joy makes a welcome return to the show to talk about The National’s seminal 2013 album ‘Trouble Will Find Me’. We talk about The National’s reputation as a band who make ‘grower’ albums, how this album represents the culmination of the band’s career to that time, the use …
 
Ryley Walker is a great songwriter who originally hails from Rockford Illinois and worked his way through Chicago to New York and now in the quiet of a small town in Massachusetts. He joins Dwyer in a sprawling conversations that covers his early days striving to be a comedy writer, finding his way into the Chicago music scene, his struggles with d…
 
Guilty pleas have become the dominant way in which prosecutors in America secure convictions. In some cases, 99 percent of cases in various jurisdictions end in a plea bargain. While plea bargaining has been a function of the American justice system for nearly a century, the practice started taking hold in the 1970s following various Supreme Court …
 
Mario Beauregard is among the world's finest and most distinctive archtop and flattop guitar makers. For episode 53 of the podcast, Mario goes into the history and execution of his unique faceted designs and how they differ from traditional archtops. Mario also discusses his time at the Roberto Venn school and how it led to apprenticeships with Erv…
 
"Trucking Shortage: Drivers Aren't Always In It For The Long Haul," NPR tells us. "The U.S. Is Running Out of Nurses," reports The Atlantic. "There's A Nationwide STEM Teacher Shortage. Will It Cost Us The Next Einstein?" Forbes laments. '"'The Future Depends on Teachers,' PSA launched targeting teachers amid shortage," notes a local FOX affiliate.…
 
Charles and Graham discuss Oliver Stone's upcoming JFK documentary as his controversial political drama celebrates its 30th anniversary, accompanied by a special online interview for Harrogate Film Festival. The duo review Mick Jagger's lockdown knockdown single, Eazy Sleazy, recorded with Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl, and reflect on the passing of Bay…
 
What-ho! In this very special episode, David Crosby talks to me about the new 50th Anniversary box set of Crosby Stills Nash & Young’s masterpiece “Deja Vu”, as well as the future of the band, learning to control his temper, and how to die well. Also, I dig into the show’s archive to bring you a little bit of my interview with Bay City Rollers fron…
 
Jeremey Gaudet of Kiwi Jr joins Dwyer to talk about how there won't be any Bio-Pics about his band, making yelping sounds in place of lyrics, how Bob Dylan is like comfort food and putting your own blood in comic books. Opening Song: "Undecided Voters," By Kiwi Jr. from the album Cooler Returns You can buy Cooler Returns HERE Kiwi Jr's Bandcamp HER…
 
The 68th installment of the Truth About Vintage Amps with special guest Jef Brown! Use the discount code TRUTHV150FF to save $15 off Caddis readers between now and April 30, 2021. Some of the topics discussed this week: 7:30 The details you should never annoy your amp tech with 12:23 El Pato references, explained; the El Pato-Tone practice amp (alm…
 
The News Beat podcast presents “This Week In Social Justice,” streaming live Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET. on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch. On this episode: Mass incarceration myths; Reactions to Chauvin conviction. Our very special guest was Victoria Law, an independent journalist and author, who is out with the new book “'Prisons Make Us Safer' and 20…
 
Leah Wellbaum of Slothrust joins Dwyer in a chat about the importance of Jazz, following what calls you and making sense of thing later, struggles of the ego and why her and Matt may meet at Zebulon for an hour and fifteen minutes and lock eyes. This is a great conversation, funny, insightful and a goddamned blast. Opening Song: "Cranium" by Slothr…
 
Today I’m joined by Australian music legend Murray Cook (The Wiggles, The Soul Movers) to discuss David Bowie’s nailed-on glam rock classic ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’. Murray tells the tale of how he traded away a Slade LP for this album, we debate its ‘concept album’ bonafides, we gush over the greatness of Spi…
 
Richard Thompson joins us this week for a very special talk about the making of his new memoir, Beeswing: Losing My Way and Finding My Voice 1967-1975. The book chronicles the first chapter of RT's music career - including his time in the Fairport Convention, playing with Sandy Denny and his first solo albums - and is a must-read for fans of the fa…
 
In the 36th episode of the Pictures of Lily Podcast, I talk about my experiences interviewing and having my life soundtracked by Giorgio Moroder. Listen here: Or on your preferred podcast platform: Or on SoundCloud: Or on YouTube: Or on Pandora: Or on Amazon: The post Pictures of Lily Podcast: Episode 2.36: Giorgio Moroder appeared first on Lily Mo…
 
Almost every wealthy country in the world has some type of universal healthcare system--except for the United States. With over 170 million of its citizens left to fend for themselves in a sprawling and complex maze of Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, tax credits, child care subsidies, co-pays, deductibles and cost-sharing, the U.S. has not o…
 
In an interview special Charles and Graham interview York-born singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich ahead of his new album. Benjamin Francis Leftwich released his first album Last Smoke Before the Snowstorm in 2011 which made the Top 40 on the UK album charts and kick started his successful career to date. He is celebrating the ten years sin…
 
On this episode of ISOS: Miki introduces a piece on Genre and how the litany of subgenres and the loose lines between them all are starting to blur the more mainstream genre labels. Ryan brings in a piece on fanbases and how their propensity to be toxic lives as long as the artist who 'leads' those fanbases say nothing about it. And lastly, Jashima…
 
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